Support » Plugin: VoucherPress » [Plugin: VoucherPress] Works perfectly for me, but some suggestions

  • This plugin is the PERFECT plugin for my site. Instead of using coupon codes, I am considering using this to supply promotional MMORPG game serial codes given to me by the game distributors.

    I do have some suggestions because, while it works perfectly, it feels a bit “bloated.”

    Is there any way that instead of producing a PDF file, that the coupon/serial/voucher can be viewed directly on the page that they clicked?

    Also, is there a way to set a custom “Sorry, but this promotion has expired” type message? As it stands now, once you click a promotion link, you are brought to a blank, non-wordpress html page that shows “Sorry, that item has run out.” While it’s a good start, it would be great if it used a WordPress template/theme page so it shows the user that they still are on the same site.

    All in all, this is a great plugin. I would definitely use this if you could choose between on-screen/page and PDF delivery.


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  • Plugin Author Chris Taylor


    Thanks, I’ll bear these suggestions in mind for a future version of VoucherPress.

    It would be helpful if you could integrate the e-mail form into Contact 7 with DB extension as I would like to capture more than just name & e-mail address.

    Also, integrate the confirmation screen into a page or ability to use a template page. With my EOS theme, the result is black on blue background w/o the sidebars etc.. I did tweak it to make it work, but still, doesn’t look good.

    Not sure if I don’t use it correctly, I also would like to get an e-mail notification who did request a voucher (with more details such as name, last name, address, Company name, phone etc.) -> via Contact 7 would be very flexible.

    Thanks for the great script!!



    I have some too:

    custom forms to fit general needs of user/client info database
    feature something like “only logged or registered members can download this voucher” (i know there is a lot of plugins options for membership level content access, but it generally locks the post itself. This way users can’t see the deal before decide)
    barcode and/or QRcode

    Honestly, it would be a pleasure to pay you guys for some extra “pro” features like that.

    thank you


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